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Tournaments  | Story  | 9/16/2022

Ohio Valley Qualifier Scout Notes

Photo: Miguel Hugas (Perfect Game)
Jake Hanley (2024, Mason, Ohio) is one of the premier two-way players in the class of 2024, profiling extremely well as both a power-armed righthanded pitcher and a power-hitting lefthanded hitter. An Indiana commit, Hanley is very physical at 6-foot-5, 210 pounds, and had a very good weekend both ways as a player. He struck out 6 in four innings in his start on the mound, missing a lot of bats in the zone with his fastball, which was overpowering in the 87-91 mph range. He’s able to work it north/south in the zone, and was successful at missing bats in all quadrants of the strike zone. He can sink the fastball down and blow up barrels with it, and showed a better slider than we’ve seen from him before, with late-biting tilt that got whiffs out of the zone. He had a successful weekend with the bat as well, picking up a couple hits and walking a lot, and has substantial left0handed power that should play huge at the college level once he arrives in Bloomington.


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